The holiday season is upon us, and Caesars Sportsbook is offering a Virginia sports betting promotion that will leave NFL fans feeling thankful on Thursday.
With the deal, good between now and the end of Thursday's NFL action, new Virginia customers receive a $100 free bet when their first wager is of at least $10 on the pregame moneyline or point spread of any of the three NFL games Thursday — and the team they back scores at least one point.
Caesars Sportsbook customers can take advantage of the promotion by entering the code “VFBTHX” when opening their new account. Parlays, round robins, teasers and InPlay wagers do not qualify for the promotion.
The $100 free bet will be applied to the customer's account within two days of Thursday’s games and must be used within seven days of the date it’s applied to an account.
What to Know About Thursday’s NFL Slate
NFL betting kicks off on Thanksgiving Day at 12:30 p.m. Eastern when the 3-7 Chicago Bears head to Ford Field to face the 0-9-1 Lions on FOX.
The 7-3 Cowboys, an NFC East division rival for Washington, host the Las Vegas Raiders (5-5) in the afternoon slot, kicking off at 4:30 on CBS.
The tripleheader concludes with the 6-4 Buffalo Bills traveling to New Orleans to square off with the 5-5 Saints at 8:20 on NBC.
How to Bet the NFL’s Thanksgiving Games
The Thanksgiving trio of games are all single-digit spreads, according to Virginia gambling websites and apps.
In the matinee between Detroit and Chicago, the Bears are a 3.5-point favorite (-105), with an over/under of 41.5 total points (-110). For those looking to make a moneyline wager, Caesars Sportsbook Virginia has the Bears at -175, with the winless Lions at +150 as of Tuesday morning.
Looking at the Cowboys-Raiders game, the Emperor has Dallas at -8, with an over/under of 50.5. The moneyline is -360 for the Cowboys and +285 for the Raiders.
The nightcap has the Bills at -4.5 (-105) with Caesars, with an over/under of 46.5 and a moneyline of -210 for Buffalo and +175 for New Orleans.
No matter the odds, Caesars Sportsbook is giving customers in Virginia a reason to be joyful on Thanksgiving — from the football field to your phone.